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Ind.ie — Ethical Design Manifesto
Human Rights

Technology that respects human rights is decentralised, peer-to-peer, zero-knowledge, end-to-end encrypted, free and open source, interoperable, accessible, and sustainable.

It respects and protects your civil liberties, reduces inequality, and benefits democracy.

Human Effort

Technology that respects human effort is functional, convenient, and reliable.

It is thoughtful and accommodating; not arrogant or demanding. It understands that you might be distracted or differently-abled. It respects the limited time you have on this planet.

Human Experience

Technology that respects human experience is beautiful, magical, and delightful.

It just works. It’s intuitive. It’s invisible. It recedes into the background of your life. It gives you joy. It empowers you with superpowers. It puts a smile on your face and makes your life better.
business  design  ethics  privacy 
august 2017 by abberdab
Design for Time Well Spent
We believe in a new kind of design, that lets us connect without getting sucked in. And disconnect, without missing something important.
ethics  design  images  mindfulness  technology 
june 2016 by abberdab

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